Monthly Archives: June 2016

Tommy V Cancer Blog Tour | Scream Street: Wail of the Banshee

If you don’t know about TommyvCancer, then I’m guessing you’ve been living under a rock recently. Twitter and book bloggers alike are blowing up about this hashtag for this amazing cause.  Being diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer means Tommy has been unable to do school visits or even write much. So we want to […]

You’re a Wizard, ‘Arry | Pottermore | A World of Wizardry

I’m writing this on Friday morning, whilst packing for my week away. Drinking Lucozade to try and perk me up a bit and eating the first strawberries of the year – yum! This will only be a short post, a quick review of sorts, whilst I’m exploring the East of the UK, if all goes […]

Holiday Post | Kindles vs Paperbacks | Showdown

Image from Hi guys! So I’m away on holiday this week, travelling up and down the East side of the country visiting Edinburgh, Newcastle and York for a week. If you have any travel tips or places to visit – let me know in the comments below 🙂 I’m hoping this won’t be an […]

Summer Loving | Books to read to get you in the Summer Mood

Summer is well and truly here, with weather in the UK reaching mid-twenties, us Brits are putting away the hat and gloves and grabbing the shorts and flip-flops (but for how long?!) If you’re not in the summer mood, here’s five books to read that will hopefully get you reaching for your sunscreen. Penguin Random […]

Through The Looking Glass | Things I’m Currently Read

A Short but Sweet post today, due to the hectic weekend I’ve had. Strawberry Fair was happening this weekend in Cambridge, and I’ve been travelling a lot these past three days. Anyway, on to my current reads. I’ll start with Paperbacks. Hodder&Stoughton I started reading The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell around July/August time. I bought […]

What? It’s June Already? | New Books

I cannot quite believe that it’s June the 1st already. I mean technically it’s now in the Summer months and that means a month until my birthday – wow! Is 2016 going quick or what?Right back to the whole point of this post, June releases 2016.So taking a look at Goodreads (Note: for future reference, […]